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Poster: charliemccarron Date: Jun 1, 2014 12:16pm
Forum: audio_podcast Subject: Featured podcasts?

Hi,

I'm pretty new to archive.org, and I was just curious about how the featured podcasts are chosen.

I have a 90+ episode songwriting/composition podcast (http://composerquest.com) that I'm considering bringing into archive.org, but it would be nice to know if I'd have a shot at getting onto the podcast page.

I apologize if this question is in the wrong spot.

Thanks!

Charlie McCarron
charlie@composerquest.com

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJeff Kaplan Date: Jun 1, 2014 8:15pm
Forum: audio_podcast Subject: Re: Featured podcasts?

regardless we'd encourage you to upload your podcasts. they will appear in the "This just in" section and if you create more than 50 item pages (and it sounds like you can) you can have a subcollection created for your podcasts at your request.

fwiw, the spotlight current is whatever the most downloaded is so ar over 500,000 downloads I suspect it would be a while before you would exceed that.

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Poster: charliemccarron Date: Jun 1, 2014 9:06pm
Forum: audio_podcast Subject: Re: Featured podcasts?

Thanks so much for the info, Jeff!

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Poster: mkelso27 Date: Jun 3, 2014 2:29pm
Forum: audio_podcast Subject: Re: Featured podcasts?

Does this apply to anybody? Once you hit 50 item pages you get a subcollection? I have a podcast called "2 Dudes and a NES". We still have a ways to go, but we have been uploading on here and were curious about this.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffJeff Kaplan Date: Jun 3, 2014 5:27pm
Forum: audio_podcast Subject: Re: Featured podcasts?

yes

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